Contact Recent Yale graduates from Class of 2016-2020, and current Yale students to discuss their post-graduate roles and summer employment experiences!
Are you wondering where Yalies go after graduation? Perhaps you want to see what kind of summer internships are realistic for a specific class year? Interested in searching by a specific major to see what industries and job functions are possible? How about looking up a specific employer to see if any Yale students have worked there?
The Yale College Peer Networking Lists, maintained by OCS, can help answer these questions and so many more!
What are the The Peer Networking Lists? They are lists of Yale students and graduates who have agreed to share their postgraduate plans or summer experiences with the Yale community. These lists are in excel so you can easily filter by any of the criteria listed below.
Two types of Peer Networking Lists:
- The Class Lists – Postgraduate information for Yale College alums from the Class of 2016-Class of 2020.
These lists include the following data: name, non-Yale email address, country, state, city, graduate school, employer name, employer industry, employer job function (role), Yale College major.
- The Summer Lists – What Yale College students did over their summers, from Summers 2017-Summer 2020.
These lists include the following data: name, email, major, class year, type of position, field research, city, state, country, employer, employer industry, employer job function (role). Yale College students only are also be able to view the following evaluation questions: (1) Briefly describe the interview process for this position, (2) Describe the projects you worked on and how much interaction you had with your supervisor; and (3) Describe the work atmosphere and culture of the organization.
How do I access the Peer Networking Lists?
These lists are only available to the Yale community through Yale Career Link. Log into Yale Career Link. Select Resources on the left, then Career Library, and choose the Category ‘Peer Networking Lists.’